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'Innocent Until Proven Guilty': Travis Rudolph's Former High School Teammate Speaks Out Amid First-Degree Murder Charges

OK! Magazine Thursday, 8 April 2021 ()
'Innocent Until Proven Guilty': Travis Rudolph's Former High School Teammate Speaks Out Amid First-Degree Murder ChargesOne of Travis Rudolph’s former teammates has spoken out and said he was a ‘phenomenal person’ and ‘innocent until proven guilty’ following his arrest on charges of first-degree murder.
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Former Florida State football star Travis Rudolph appears in court for the first time since his arrest on murder and attempted murder charges.

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